The greatest lessons are the ones we teach

Episode 178

Self-reliance, always”—what a lesson for a father to teach a son. -Marcus Aurelius

If I were to look for one single quote to sum up episode 178 it would be those words from Marcus Aurelius. Since I’m so fortunate to share with my recent conversation with Julianne Bosch on this edition.

Julianne is the author of this amazing book titled How a mother took her first step on the moon. Which is currently available on Amazon. One of the coolest aspect of this podcast journey is who my guests are always sending me their books and stuff. This was one of those books that was fun to read, however I really found myself putting down the book with a wealth of real world wisdom. I really feel this it’s a book that deserves a read.

From reading Julianne’s book i just knew that when we sat down I was in for a real storytelling based conversation. To which I will tell you that this part alone makes this conversation worth listening to.

Why Julianne was very amazed about how I record these talks from inside my deer blind. I was so impressed about how we found this great rabbit hole to travel. When Marcus Aurelius touched almost became a third member of the call. Giving us an opportunity to really geek out and weave into our talk about stoic Philosophy.

In the time that we spent using the tools of the stoics left behind and storytelling I really feel like we really put something good into the world. Together we really opened up this new and unique perspective on parenting.

Self-reliance, always”—what a lesson for a father to teach a son. -Marcus Aurelius

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